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King Tut is the senary antagonist of the Batman 1960s series and a former college professor named William McElroy.
He was once hit on his head and believed that he was the reincarnation of King Tut. He has encountered Batman multiple times. In his speeches he usually uses history of Egypt. Tut was originally from the Batman 1960s series, but later adapted to the mainstream DC universe.
Victor Goodman is a criminal Egyptologist who targets and murders wealthy citizens, and leaves Egyptian-themed riddles, similar to the Riddle of the Sphinx. Batman teams up with the Riddler, who does not appreciate his modus operandi being stolen, and agrees to help to stop Goodman.
Batman: the Brave and the Bold
Because of FOX owning the rights to the King Tut name, he was called "Pharaoh" in this show. He is an Egyptian-themed villain. He made a cameo in "Day of the Dark Knight" as an inmate trying to escape from Iron Heights Penitentiary only to be stopped by Batman and Green Arrow. In "Night of the Huntress," Pharaoh makes a cameo trying to escape from Blackgate Penitentiary only to be stopped by Batman, Blue Beetle, and Huntress. In "Battle of the Superheroes," Batman and Robin wear special mummified suits in order to fight Pharaoh when he uses a special staff to turn people into zombies that obey his every command. With some pictures taken by Vicki Vale, Batman and Robin managed to defeat Pharaoh and freed his victims.